Header Image (book)

aowheader.3.2.gif

Friday, May 30, 2014

Today On The Gathering Storm

Listen to The Gathering Storm Radio Show, hosted by WC and Always On Watch.

The show broadcasts live for 30 minutes every Friday beginning at noon, Pacific Time.

The call-in number is 646-915-9870. Callers welcome!

Our scheduled guest this week is Mr. Ducky. We'll be discussing Duck's 10 favorite films - an insight into a leftist's mind.

Listen to the May 30, 2014 edition of The Gathering Storm Radio Show, live or later, by CLICKING HERE.

UPCOMING SHOWS:
June 6: Mustang
June 13: IQ al Rassooli
June 20: Midnight Rider
June 27: IQ al Rassooli

9 comments:

  1. I actually tuned in to the broadcast and found the show to be interesting. Since I know nothing about cinema, and my wife was on the phone with her best friend, I did not call in. I wanted to just to say hi. I tuned in about 10 minutes late, and was never sure if the recieved audio was live. How does that work? When you connect with the stream, do you catch the program in mid-stream (so to speak) or are you connecting in real time?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. That didn't make sense. When you connect does the stream start at the beginning of the show, or are you automatically listening to current audio(live)?

      Delete
    2. Bob,
      You likely joined the show already in progress.

      Now can go to this link and hear the show from beginning to end.

      Delete
  2. WOW! It seems that Ducky is actually real! Who would have guessed?

    ReplyDelete
  3. Mr. Ducky... I watched Band of Brothers years ago after a discussion about Godard with you, and you had asked me what I thought the "David" painting stood for.

    As for Weimar, I took a college course called "France and Germany in the 20th Century" that dealt primarily with the Weimar and Vichy regimes. You would have loved the class, but hated the teacher. (a French psycho-historian, Jacques Szaluta).

    Very interesting show. You should let always/wc watch "Band of Brothers" and do a follow up show.

    ReplyDelete
  4. ...and ps - I think that Band of Outsiders is very similar to "Y tu Mama, Tambien" or. The story is only there to help you see the frame/background more clearly (as in Children of Men).

    ReplyDelete

We welcome civil dialogue at Always on Watch. Comments that include any of the following are subject to deletion:
1. Any use of profanity or abusive language
2. Off topic comments and spam
3. Use of personal invective